Upcoming Tata Punch EV Spotted With LED DRLs and Headlights Resembling Nexon EV

Upcoming Tata Punch EV Spotted With LED DRLs and Headlights Resembling Nexon EV

Tata Motors is hard at work prepping for the release of its future electric vehicle the Punch EV and the latest spy pictures reveal exciting details about the design and characteristics. Expected to follow the path set by the Nexon EV the Punch EV promises a distinctive electric vehicle identity aligning with Tata's commitment to sustainable mobility. Let's delve into a comprehensive exploration of the recent spy shots:

Design Highlights

The Punch EV exhibits striking design resemblances to the 2023 Nexon EV facelift, showcasing updated LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) with a full-width design and a sequential function. Redesigned headlights, an LED grille, and altered bumpers that offer a sneak peek at the upcoming Punch facelift are among the noteworthy external improvements.

Rear and Side Profile

The rear of the Punch EV is anticipated to feature connected LED taillights, a characteristic design element seen in other Tata models. While the latest images do not provide a clear view of the side profile earlier spy shots showcased the model's new 5-spoke alloy wheels.

Interior Upgrades

Inside the cabin, significant upgrades are expected, including a larger 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system for an advanced and user-friendly interface. Spy shots reveal a new two-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated Tata logo contributing to the modern aesthetics. Two further interior upgrades include a gear selector with an integrated display and an electronic parking brake with auto-hold capability.

Expected Features

The Punch EV is poised to come well-equipped with a fully digital driver’s display, paddle shifters, automatic climate control, a wireless phone charger, and a sunroof. On the safety front, anticipated features include up to six airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, a tyre pressure monitoring system, and a rear parking camera with sensors.

Powertrain Options

The Punch EV will be introduced in two variants: Medium Range and Long Range, offering expected ranges of up to 325 km. Speculations suggest that the Medium Range variant may adopt the Tigor EV's powertrain, while the Long Range variant could feature the Nexon EV's Medium Range powertrain.

Launch and Pricing

Tata Motors is projected to unveil the Punch EV in 2024, with an estimated ex-showroom price of Rs 12 lakh. The model is strategically positioned in the electric vehicle market ready to compete with vehicles like the Citroen eC3 and poised as a premium alternative to the Tiago EV and Tigor EV.
Stay back for more information and a closer look at this exciting new addition to the Tata Motors electric vehicle fleet as the company moves closer to the much-anticipated Punch EV's formal introduction.